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of the operation against the pakistani border. >> the "washington post" reports before the blast, his vehicle spread through check points on base and when he stepped up to be check by a security guard he detonated the bomb, sending steel pellets ripping through him and a dozen people near him. the paper quotes anonymous former official calling that bad trade craft. in op-ed for sunday's post, c.i.a. director leon panetta lashed out at critics who say those who gave their lives somehow brought it upon themselves. panetta says the bomber was about to be searched when he detonated the explosive, unlike earlier report. balawi's father says he blames america for turni ining the bomber's wife into a widow and his son into orphans. >> julie: thank you. they are keeping a close eye on what led to the attack in afghanistan. the intelligence community stepping up after the wake of the attempted christmas day bombing and the recent shooting spree at fort hood which left 134 peo13 people dea. director of national intelligence announcing a new commission to look in recent intelligence failures but some re
. >> julie: more for the search for answers in washington. police say he was on the run for months. a man accused of murdering four family members on thanksgiving day, now behind bars. >> there's a weight lifted off our shoulders, obviously, boy making this apprehension, now i stand before you and have peace. >> ahead, what led them to the motel hide away and what the owners of the hotel are saying now. plus. >> there's no magic temperature that says you're going to get frostbite or not. >> julie: many states below freezing with some reaching sippi single digits. when will this cold snap finally break. first, we have breaking news, the transportation security administration announcing new rules for flights headed to the united states from at least half a dozen countries that are considered high risk for terrorism. enhanced screening measures set to take effect as of midnight tonight. more on that in just a moment, but it comes just over a week after the failed bombing on a detroit bound flight and now, the president's top anti-terror advisors saying there was, quote, no smoking gun that
several years and that is that for far too long, people in this country felt like washington was about the special interest and not about them. and that's why they're frustrated. >> republicans agreeing, voter frustration levels are running high and as you can imagine, they interpret the reason for that differently than the democrats do. republicans say the outcome in the bay state was because voters disagree with the president's policies. >> i think he's got an opportunity to do a mid course correction as a result of the message sent out of massachusetts and around the country. >> coming up, we're going to have a live preview of the state of the union in a live report from washington. so keep it here. also keep it here for a special presentation this weekend. fox news reporting president obama in his own words, a look back at hess campaign and the first year in the white house as he begins his second year in the oval office. is he keeping his promises? we'll report, you decide tonight, 9 p.m. eastern here on the fox news channel. a u.s. airliner forced to make an emergency landing in
in washington tonight with more on this story, major, we hear the senator is firing back today? >> that's right. harry reid spent today, sunday, quietly at his home in search light, nevada watching all of this play out and had to be pleased with the way his democratic colleagues in the senate and other democrats came to his defense and that's no small tribute to reid's energetic efforts yesterday, on the phone first with president obama and then with senate democrats around the country and other democrats, virginia governor, former governor doug wilder among them. nailing down their support for today and reid got that. however, republican michael steele, the national committee chairman and two republicans in the senate, from arizona said that they thought reid should step down here in washington, reid's energetic staff led by jim manly, a long time loyal aide put out the statement, unlike others advocating moving our nation backwards and viewing this moment for political gain, he, meaning reid is working tomorrow and the next day to move our country forward. mr. steele and senator cornen want r
. molly henneberg live in washington with the latest. hi, molly. >> reporter: hi, julie. the obama administration tells fox no final decision has been made about where to try khalid sheikh mohammed and four others so new york city is still technically an option, but maybe not for long. official with the justice department says, "we're considering our options." new york officials have been urging the white house to change course. >> they had no idea the impact this wouz going to have and no idea of the security implications, yet they made such a momentous decision driven by ideology. now it's blowing up in their faces. >> we are worried about the effect effects of mass law enforcement in lower manhattan, congested traffic, resources that have to be spent by our city government and our state government. >> reporter: republicans say the trial should be held at gitmo or military base away from residential area in the military court system. the aclu said it would be "quite disappoidisappointing" i obama administration gives up on civilian trials for the men. meanwhile, the mayor of newb
the heart of the story. from the situation on the ground to port-au-prince, to washington, to the u.s. command center this is the logistical nerve center of the massive relief effort. first, we begin with with "fox report" chief correspondent jonathan hunt who is streaming live from port-au-prince tonight. hi, jonathan. >> reporter: hey, julie. you know, we talked a lot about the need for food and water supplies to be gotten out to the people of port-au-prince. but there is an equal and equally urgent need; that is, for medical supplies. the hospitals, the medical clinics are desperately struggling to provide the quality of care that the people so urgently need. we saw that up close and personal at the university hospital of peace. >> almost every inch of this hospital is taken up with the injured. they're lying on cots. they're lying on the floor. as you can see, they're lying on anything. the doctors here hard-pressed almost impossible for them to treat everybody. they don't have the medicines they need. they don't have the resources they need. they don't have the personnel they n
on the bombing investigation from his advisors in the coming days. julie? >> julie: molly henneberg in washington, thank you very much. as the u.s. renews the counterterrorism effort in yemen, the failed attack put a spotlight on umar farouk abdulmutallab's homeland of nigeria. it's a country not generally associated with extremism and even the suspect's own father reported his son's suspicious activity to the united states. so what led umar farouk abdulmutallab to radical islam? contact and reaction from nigeria coming uppen up on thex report." we're looking into security lapse at one of the busiest airports. this oversight coming days before the failed plot to take down delta flight 253. the tsa launching an internal investigation after a security check point at dallas/ft. worth international airport was left unattended for an hour-and-a-half. we understand employees from the airport department of public safety were actually the ones who find the unsecured area during routine patrol. now the tsa is responding to the incident. laura ingle joins us to explain. >> hi, julie. the idea that anyone
, washington has focussed on takeover of healthcare that working families can't afford and want nothing to do with. >> president admitted that it's started to look like a monstrosity to some voters. boehner had harsher words saying if there is a sweetheart deal that needs to be cut, democrats will cut it. things are so rough and tumble in washington, while touring sports goods plant yesterday some of the workers gave president help. >> i'll need this during the "state of the union." absolutely. [ laughter ] that is a serious looking helmet. i can knock some heads with this. >> we get more of a preview of the "state of the union" address tomorrow when robert gibbs is an exclusive guest on "fox news sunday". >> julie: thank you. keep it here for special presentation this weekend. fox news reporting president obama in his own words. look back at his campaign in the first year in the white house as he begins his second year in the oval office. is he keeping his promises? we report, you decide tonight and tomorrow evening, 9:00 p.m. eastern. on fox news channel. a follow-up to story we told you la
. the baptist church in washington, this coming day after the predecessors accepted the president's request to lead the charge for raising private donations in the wake of haiti's catastrophe. today, former president bush and clinton appeared on fox news sunday to take about their megs and they also explained how this human tragedy personally affected them. >> it's really emotional, and it's the way it is for a lot of americans and therefore, a lot of americans are going to want to help and our job is to pak sure their help is not squandered and it's spent properly. >> i know a lot of the people perished in the u.n. building, but i also think, i just almost equally moved by what we've seen on television and i'm just grateful that we're in a position to help. >> julie: the former commanders in chief emphasizing any sized contribution will help, whether it's made to their fund or any other responding to the disaster and tomorrow, president clinton plans to travel to port-au-prince with a delivery of relief supplies and meet with hatians. mike emanuel is live with more. first, let's talk abou
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